Hire this venue for your own event - it has four
the largest of which
can hold a maximum of 100 guests and the smallest is ideal for 27.
The original private members' club from Nick Jones and beloved by a hip media crowd, Soho House in Greek Street is a tall, narrow building with three floors for drinking, dining and socialising. It's something of a warren inside: there's the bar and DJ booth in the basement, the library and restaurant on the first floor, and drawing rooms on the second. While most come here to network, you can seek out privacy in the cozy snugs and behind the high backed leather armchairs. Spaces available for private hire include a roof terrace on the top floor which opens out for al fresco drinking and dining above Soho. If this is your first time to the club, be warned: the entrance is so discrete you could easily miss it. This is not helped by the fact that the door to this private haven is not on Greek Street but at 21 Old Compton Street. Following the success of the original Soho House, the group has expanded to include Soho House in New York (famously featured in Sex And The City), Babington House in Somerset as well as Electric House, High Road House hotel, and Shoreditch House in London.